Er Fu Temple and Clan Association, Vietnam
二府会馆, 二府庙. A clan association and temple built by Hokkiens from Zhang Zhou and and Quan Zhou. This is the center of Nanyin music in Ho Chi Minh.
Fushan Si, 福山寺,Burma
An Anxi Hokkien temple outside of Yangon Chinatown. The complex consists of the temple, a lake and a nice garden with scluptures inspired from Chinese legends.
Siong Leng Musical Association, 湘灵音乐社, Singapore
Nanyin music association and performs all over Singapore.
Tien Kong Than, 天公坛, Malaysia
A temple dedicated to the Jade Emperor and set against the slope of Penang Hill.
Thian Hock Keng, 天福宫, Singapore
One of the oldest Chinese temple in Singapore. Built by the Hokkiens dedicated to the sea goddess Mazu.
Long Shan Tang, 龙山堂,
Hokkien clan temple founded in 1877 by two Hokkien clans in Yangon. This Hokkien clan teple is located on the Cantonese section of Yangon Chinatown.
Kheng Hock Keong，庆福宫, Burma
Mazu Temple in Yangon Chinatown built by the Hokkien community. Founded in 1861, it is one of the most well known landmark and tourist sites in Yangon.